Posts Tagged ‘imagery’

Private Parts

Friday, April 13th, 2012

In anticipation of my new video about the erosion of privacy, due out tomorrow (doesn’t that make you giddy with excitement?), here’s a few humorous images to tie you over until then. (more…)

Insightful Imagery of the Day

Saturday, March 17th, 2012

First up is a whimsical cartoon depicting what many of us have come to know: that underneath the overbearing exterior of power tripping authority figures resides a scared little child desperately trying to protect itself.

Second is a piece decrying the hypocrisy in American politics. This cartoon could be equally applicable to the Canadian Conservatives, except instead of a tank there’d be Harper flying an F-35 to a mega-prison while cutting social services.

That is all. Enjoy your weekend!

Insightful Imagery of the Day

Sunday, February 19th, 2012

Samuel Johnson once said that patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel. However, if your government no longer listens to the people and politicians are bought and paid for by corporations, dissent, like Howard Zinn says,  can be the highest form of patriotism. (more…)

Inspirational Imagery of the Day

Monday, October 17th, 2011

Today’s uplifting imagery comes from Captain America, whose words echo the rallying cries behind the impending global insurrection.

To the corporations, bankers, and corrupt politicians we are saying “No more of your injustice! It is time for a new civilization to emerge!”

Inspirational Imagery of the Day

Sunday, September 11th, 2011

Look! It’s an elephant enjoying a waterfall. How beautiful is that?

She’s living in the moment – something many of us don’t do often enough. Just relishing the wonderful splendor that surrounds us. Simply appreciating how there is so much beauty everywhere, in every thing.

It is awesome to be alive. Existence rules!

Inspirational Imagery of the Day

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

Today’s inspirational imagery comes from the ground as the space shuttle launches into Earth’s atmosphere. Even though we’ve been doing it for 40+ years now, it’s still a spectacular achievement to fly into space, and a distinguished feather in humanity’s hat.

With all of the problems that plague the planet, like institutionalized war, extreme poverty, and corrupt governance, it’s quite uplifting to see concrete proof that humans are capable of greatness.